Tokyo Trust Capital was established in 2016 with equity contributions from MA Platform (“MAP”) and key professionals who are the start-up members. MAP is a private equity firm established with Akira Mori’s personal capital (Akira Mori is the Chairman and owner of Mori Trust Co., Ltd. one of the largest privately held real estate development firms in Japan).
In view of the ever increasing global capital flows in real estate investments, Tokyo Trust Capital aspires to be a leading investment/asset management firm catering to clients for both inbound and outbound opportunities to and from Japan. The new firm will bring a unique combination of a local Japanese team with significant experience in western investment firms and synergy from a large and established Japanese real estate corporate.
The firm will source and manage deals for both foreign capital seeking to invest in real estate in Japan and Japanese capital seeking to invest in foreign real estate markets.
It is critical for investors to diversify their investment portfolio in order to achieve better returns and optimize risk management. We believe allocations to advanced nation real estate markets serves this purpose effectively for Japanese investors. With our coverage of globally renowned asset management firms, we can source and manage investments for Japanese investors in an effective manner.
We provide investment management services to clients who want to invest in Japanese real estate markets. Our team can bring to bear collectively unmatched experience with some of the most successful western investment platforms in the Japan market, offering creative solutions and local expertise. We can provide our clients with superior deal sourcing and smooth professional interface and reporting.
We are able to provide a broad range of investment advisory services to various clients in all areas of the real estate investment and divestment, including acquisition, valuation & underwriting, financing, execution, asset management, leasing, disposition, and development and repositioning.